Good Paid Subscription for handouts, lesson plans, worksheets?

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  1. QQQ

    QQQ Rookie

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    I'm a first year teacher and as crazy as the first week was, I'm really enjoying myself now!.. I am an ESL as well as Remedial teacher from grades 4 to 11 and thats a LOT of lesson plans :eek: Do any of the seasoned or newer teachers know of a website where I can get good quality handouts, thematic lesson plans, printable books etc- something to get me by these first few months? Basically, I need some hand holding :eek:

    I dont mind paying a certain amount but the material has to be good. I am currently looking at edhelper and teach-nology.com? Are they good? Any other suggestions? I'm rather clueless and would really appreciate suggestions/pointers about good quality teaching materials online

    Thaaank you!
     
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  3. smalltowngal

    smalltowngal Multitudinous

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    I was going to suggest edhelper.
     
  4. WaterfallLady

    WaterfallLady Enthusiast

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    I teach a similar population, special ed. grades 6-12 who are at all sorts of grade levels. I really love Edhelper. None of the stuff looks babyish so even if you have a high school kid doing a second grade worksheet, they wouldn't know.

    I use ESL worksheets a lot because they teach the same concepts with low vocabulary. I don't know the web address, but I love Boggles World ESL which is free.
     
  5. Doug_HSTeach_07

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    lessonplanet.com is a gold mine.
     

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